Holy Loch has two calls booked

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 - 09:22 by ce-press

Holy Loch Port is expecting Saga Sapphire next August, to be followed by Fred Olsen Cruise Lines’ Boudicca in September. The Scottish port has also received a potential booking for 2017.

“Things are definitely starting to pick up. The booking for the Saga vessel is to allow the passengers to go to the Cowal Gathering which is a popular Highland Games event in Scotland held 2.5 miles away from the port,” explained Alison Downs from the port.

Last winter a Visitor Centre and Mausoleum attached to St Munns Church in Kilmun was opened. Benmore Gardens is a short drive away. The Golden Gates have been renovated and the Victoria Fernery restored with over 70 species of fern. There is a newly-refurbished Oak Pavilion, Chilean viewpoint and a Japanese valley and Tasmanian ridge. A t 140m the viewpoint overlooks the surrounding mountains and Holy Loch.

For the active, Quadmania is on the doorstep and offers outdoor pursuits including quad biking and archery.In addition a seaplane can land in the Holy Loch and take passengers on an air trip round Scotland.
Holy Loch has two calls booked
View from Benmore Gardens (c) Holy Loch Port

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